Professor Andrea Stone was interviewed on Bill Newman's show on WHMP April 13th about her recent poetry book, "American Spelling: Story in Verse."
Below is a link to the broadcast.
She'll be reading from the book on Saturday, April 16th at 6:00 in Smith College Neilson Library Browsing Room.
Below is a podcast of ENG Professor Bill Oram reading Robert Frost's poem 'Desert Places.' Enjoy!
The English department hosts 3-4 noontime literary discussions per semester. All are welcome and lunch is available for the first 20 attendees.
Wednesday, October 5th, Seelye Hall 207, 12-1 The department's two newest faculty members, Lily Gurton-Wachter and Laura Fugikawa, will each introduce us to their current--and very exciting--scholarly work, and offer a glimpse of the courses they'll be offering next term.
Wedesday, October 26th, Seelye Hall 207, 12-1 A reading of the famous Shirley Jackson short story The Lottery by a member of the English Department faculty.The department is also sponsoring a talk on Friday by author Ruth Franklin about her new biography of Shirley Jackson.
Wednesday, November 30th, Seelye Hall 207, 12-1
The 2016 Kennedy Lecture Series: "Antigone's Example: Early Modern Women's Political Writing in Times of Civil War" by University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences Professor Mihoko Suzuki
Tuesdays at 5:00, Seelye 201
- September 20-"Christine de Pizan and the Origin of Early Modern Women's Political Thought"
- October 25-"Political Writing High and Low: womn of the French Fronde"
- November 29-"The English Civil Wars: Margaret Cavendish and her Contemporaries"